Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Review of the Year: April, May and June

WE have a little look at the stories we published in April, May and June. If you need to know more they are sitting in the site. As we said, we published over 3,800 stories in 2016. Alway plenty of things going on.





1. Bulphan Post Office re-opened.

2. Woman found dead in Manor Road in Grays

3. Petition over housing plan in Howard Road, Chafford Hundred.

4. Thurrock mum jailed over truancy.

5. Soundon Festival was off and on (and eventually off).

6. The local election campaigning was hotting up.

7. Kenningtons Primary inspected after Safeguarding concerns”.

8. C2C announce 13,000 extra seats

9. Chadwell women appear on Judge Rinder

10. Litter problems at Grays Beach Park


1. Essex Police launch investigation into “malicious communication” against UKIP’s Tim Aker

2. Tilbury man Paul Saunders pleads guilty to GBH in Loughton.

3. Thurrock PCSO Scott Jones charged in relation to child abuse images on computer

4. We appeared to have a lot of stories on potholes

5. Mindless vandals destroy minibus in Chadwell

6. The Conservatives take over the running of Thurrock Council

7. Queen Mary left Tilbury for the last time.

8. Stanford’s Leah West ran the Paris Marathon for charity.

9. Gateway Academy reveal plans for second senior school in Tilbury.

10. 3,000 jobs could come to Tilbury through Amazon.


1. The saga of the Paramount over the water continues.

2. Peanut the Dog is on the mend after being abandoned.

3. Kids Kollege in Corringham praised by Ofsted.

4. UKIP make detailed inquiries into homelessness.

5. Exhibition on Thurrock and The Somme at the Thameside

6. Campaign for the EU Referendum hots up

7. Are you a relative of Cecil Albert Davey was the question.

8. Thurrock Retail Park sold for £90 million

9. Muslims from across Thurrock held a minutes silence for Jo Cox

10. Always plenty of news from Gateway Learning Community.


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